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The District 24-6A tournament at Moody Gardens last week might well have been better suited for a Fourth of July scheduling, given the fireworks on display over two days at a venue known to be both welcoming and devilish, depending on prevailing winds.

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Oscar night has come and gone, and I hope all your choices were winners. One thing is certain: those who walked the red carpet signed lots of autographs and posed for many “selfies.” This is a golf column, so I won’t discuss the awards; but I do want to talk about autographs and selfies.

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Clay Walker might not hit the golf ball as far as did former Rice University quarterback and NFL star King Hill; he does not hit a laser like iron the way Junior Seau used to do; but then, I never heard either of them sing. We should all remember to give thanks for those guys and others, like Rudy T and Larry Dierker. If I list any more, I could be accused of name-dropping.

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It is the year that decades from now will be remembered as a landmark year for significant changes in the official rules of golf; and for the marriage of professional golf and professional gambling. Yet, the gambling game most likely to still be played wherever golfers are found, is the Nass…

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Danny Reegan and Pete Nanos looked on as John Butler helped himself to an early Christmas present, smacking a sand wedge 93 yards and into the bottom of the cup at the ninth hole at Moody Gardens golf course a couple of weeks ago. It was the second hole in one for the Galveston County reside…